UberEATS Now Lets You Rate Restaurants
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UberEATS users now have the option to rate everything about their experience, and not just the poor delivery driver doing their bidding. In a world where most things come with either a rating out of 5, or a simple thumbs-up/thumbs-down (including Netflix Netflix Replaces Ratings With Thumbs Up/Down Netflix Replaces Ratings With Thumbs Up/Down Netflix is ditching five-star ratings in favor of a simple thumbs-up/thumbs-down. The company hopes that a binary system will entice more people to rate the content they watch. Read More ) this is long overdue.

For the uninitiated, UberEATS is Uber’s food delivery service. You open the UberEATS app, pick a local restaurant, and choose some food. And then some poor sap in a car, on a bike, or even on a skateboard (see below) will whisk your food to your door. And now you can rate your experience.

Rate Your Favorite Restaurants

In an Uber blog post titled “What’s for Dinner?“, UberEATS details the changes its making to the app. All of which should help customers make more informed decisions. Which, when there are “more than 80,000 restaurants on UberEATS in nearly 200 cities around the world,” is important.

UberEATS users inclined to do so can now rate the restaurant they ordered food from, and the specific dishes they ordered. They can also leave comments, both positive and negative, and flag up any issues they encountered. And these will all be available for other UberEATS users to see.

Ratings from the past 90 days will be displayed. Which will enable restaurants which suffer a temporary dip to bounce back, rather than be lumped with a poor rating for the rest of time. The restaurants can also use this information to identify areas in need of improvement.

UberEATS is also adding more personalization. So, based on your usage, the app will recommend dishes tailored to your tastes. This should help make overlong and complicated menus less of a chore to navigate. Finally, you can ‘Favorite’ a restaurant to pin it to the top of your feed.

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Eating should be a pleasurable experience, whether eating a basic meal at home midweek, or eating in a fancy restaurant 5 Helpful Apps for When You Can’t Decide Where to Eat 5 Helpful Apps for When You Can’t Decide Where to Eat Can't decide where to eat? Then you need at least one of these apps. Read More at the weekend. Uber is trying to make ordering food less of a chore and more of a pleasure, and these new features should help the company accomplish that goal.

Do you regularly use UberEATS? If so, how do you rate the service overall? If not, why not? Do you like the idea of ratings for both restaurants and dishes? Can you see this affecting where you order from and what you order? Please let us know in the comments below!

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  1. dragonmouth
    November 13, 2017 at 7:36 pm

    Of course the accuracy and reliability of the ratings depends on whether the restaurant(s) will allow non-positive ratings. There have been many instances where the ratings system was subverted by allowing only positive comments.